Looking for volume and length? Tape in extensions could be just the thing you need.
Seamlessly adding thickness AND length for your dream head of hair! Using human hair will help avoid those exasperating knots and give you the most natural look and feel. So how do they work? Well, applying the wefts with medical grade adhesive ensures longevity of the extensions. This is the case because your natural hair will be sandwiched between the extensions holding it in place. Then leave it to our stylists to work diligently with you to create everything you’ve dreamed your hair of looking like. As well as going over all of the aftercare needs to ensure the health of your hair and the life of your extensions.
Learn more about Tape in hair extensions with answer to these commonly asked questions:
What are tape in hair extensions?
Tape in hair extensions are semi-permanent extensions made of human hair that are attached to the natural hair using a special tape adhesive.
How are tape in hair extensions installed?
Tape in hair extensions are installed by sectioning off the natural hair and sandwiching a thin strip of the extension hair between two pieces of tape adhesive. This process is repeated until the desired amount of volume and length is achieved.
How long do tape in hair extensions last?
Tape in hair extensions typically last for 6-8 weeks before they need to be adjusted or retaped.
Can I wash and style my hair normally with tape in hair extensions?
Yes, you can wash and style your hair normally with tape in hair extensions. However, it's recommended to use sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner to prolong the life of the extensions.
How often do I need to get tape in hair extensions adjusted or retaped?
Tape in hair extensions should be adjusted or retaped every 6-8 weeks to prevent them from slipping or becoming loose.
Can I wear my hair up with tape in hair extensions?
Yes, you can wear your hair up with tape in hair extensions, but it's recommended to use hair ties that are gentle on the extensions to prevent damage.
Are tape in hair extensions suitable for all hair types?
Tape in hair extensions are suitable for most hair types, including fine and thin hair. However, it's best to consult with a professional stylist to determine if they're a good fit for your specific hair type.
How do I choose the right length and color for my tape in hair extensions?
To choose the right length, consider the length of your natural hair and the look you want to achieve. For color, match the extensions to the color of your natural hair or go a shade lighter for a subtle highlight effect.
When should I choose tape in extension?
Tape in hair extensions are a good choice if you want a semi-permanent option that is less damaging than other types of extensions. They're also a good option if you have fine or thin hair.
How do I get started?
To get started with tape in hair extensions, schedule a consultation with a professional stylist. They will assess your hair type, color, and desired look to determine if tape in hair extensions are a good fit for you. From there, they will schedule an installation appointment and provide aftercare instructions.
Want to learn more?
To find the best stylist for tape in hair extensions near you, consider the following:
Reviews: Look for stylists with positive reviews on platforms like Google, Yelp, or social media.
Referrals: Ask friends, family, or acquaintances who have tape in extensions for recommendations.
Certification: Look for stylists who are certified in tape in extensions or have extensive experience working with them.
Free consultation: Many stylists offer a free consultation to assess your hair and determine if tape in extensions are right for you.
Review past work: Check the stylist's portfolio or social media pages to review their past work and see if their style matches what you're looking for.
If you're in Plano or North Dallas, our stylists would be happy to talk with you to see if tape in extensions are right for you. Don't hesitate to ask questions and ensure the stylist is experienced and knowledgeable before scheduling an appointment.